RE KEY AND MASTER KEY SYSTEMS FOR STANDARD & IC CORE LOCKS:
AMS Locks & Doors provides re key and master key systems for locks services, to real estate investors,
property managers,chain stores,Landlords and apartment communities in Miami-Dade,Broward & Palm Beach
counties for discounted prices.
You can reduce the number of keys you and your property managers need to access
your properties to just one key.
Instead of carrying a big ring of keys,wasting valuable time change locks between tenants and being
frustrated by not being able to find keys for maintenance or showing a property,you can call us and we will
master key all your existing locks,or supply you with ready master keyed locks.
We provide standard & High Security entry knob & lever locks, Handle set locks, single and double keyed
deadbolts ,mortise,rim,and an array of upscale entry lock hardware in bright brass, antique brass or satin
chrome finishes . We also master key padlocks, mortise and rim cylinders.
All locks can be keyed for your master key and just one tenant or all tenants in the
building, or all tenants in the area, however you need them to work for you.
We can build master key system for many types of locks and keys such as:
Arrow,Medeco,Keymark,Best, Schlage, Kwikset,primus Everest
Weslock, Weiser, Master Lock,Dexter,Lori,Mul-t-lock,Arrow,Corbin/Ruswinl,Sargent,
A master key is designed to open a set of several locks. These locks also have keys which are specific to each
one (the change key) and cannot open any of the others in the set. Locks which have master keys have a
second set of the mechanism used to open them which is identical to all of the others in the set of locks. For
example, master keyed pin tumbler locks will have two shear points at each pin position, one for the change
key and one for the master key. A far more secure (and more expensive) system has two cylinders in each
lock, one for the change key and one for the master key.
Larger organizations, with more complex "grandmaster key" systems, may have several master key systems
where the top level grandmaster key works in all of the locks in the system.
Rekeying is the process of changing a lock's internal pins in order to make the initial key no longer function,
and allow the lock to be used with a different key. Though often referred to as 'changing a lock', re keying
does not require replacement of the lock itself, but resetting the tumbler combination to fit a different key.
A control key is a key used in interchangeable core locking systems.
The control key enables the user to remove a core in the cylinder, with a specific combination and replace it
with a core with a different combination. In Most interchangeable cores,the key operates a separate shear
line, located above the operating key shear line.
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